2Paul L. Barr Diagnosed 13 years ago with OCD and Clinical Depression Certified Personal TrainerFounder of Never Give Up Fitness, IncWebsite:Facebook: Never Give Up Fitness - Exercise is PowerMarathon Runner
4General Exercise Guidelines Get doctor’s ok before starting an exercise programAlways stay hydrated while exercising1 day per week must be a rest dayNO EXERCISE allowed on rest dayAlways Listen to your body!!!
5Exercise Workout Components Warm up = minutesExercise workout: Aerobic or RT or bothCool down = 5 minutesStretch = 5 minutesMust be done in exact orderCan prevent serious injury
6Aerobic Guidelines Common Exercises: Running and Biking Start slowly: 3 times a week30 minutes each sessionContinue for 3 monthsAfter 3 months feel free to challenge yourselfCan combine with Resistance TrainingFollow exercise workout components
7Resistance Training Guidelines Common Exercises: Free Weights and TRX Suspension TrainerStart Slowly:Full body workout: Start with large muscle groups and end with smallLegs, Chest, Back, Shoulders, Triceps, Biceps and Abdominals1 set of repetitions per exercise30 seconds of rest between each setContinue for 3 monthsAfter 3 months feel free to challenge yourselfCan combine with aerobic exerciseFollow exercise workout guidelines
8Journal Keep track of progress Releases thoughts from your brain Write at least once a dayWrite whatever you feelNo wrong way to write in a journal
9Nutrition Eat more meals and smaller portions All vitamins and minerals the body needs comes from foodNo need for supplementsDrink plenty of water throughout the dayFocus on the six food groupsFruitsMeatsDairyGrainVegetableNuts
10ResourcesTormenting Thoughts and Secret Rituals:The Hidden Epidemic of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorderby Ian OsbornBrain Lock: Free Yourself from Obsessive-Compulsive Behaviorby Jeffrey Schwartz
11OCD and The Exercise Solution Training Workshop One-Day Workshop in Exercise Therapy for the control of OCDA Training Course for OCD Patients and Mental Health ProfessionalsNever Give Up Fitness, Inc., Founder, Paul L. Barr, a Certified Personal Trainer will offer an intensive 1-day training workshop in the use of Exercise Therapy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). This workshop is open to current OCD Patients and licensed mental health professionals and those working under a license.
12Workshop Components This 1 day workshop will... Introduce participants to the Exercise Solution ToolboxProvide instruction in the basic techniques of exercise to treat OCD in adults, adolescents and childrenProvide guidelines for how and when to modify exercise techniques to tailor the therapy to the individual.Allow participants to practice the techniques of exercise under expert guidanceTo talk about how nutrition plays a role in helping OCDTo talk about the importance of journalizing in the treatment of OCD.Provide detailed exercise, nutrition and journal protocols and support materials used in exercise therapy.